No. When couples get divorced, their property is divided into separate and marital property. Separate property is anything acquired before the marriage (with some exceptions). Marital property is any property
Short answer? Yes. Longer answer? It depends – most of the time if an ex is making quite a bit more than they were when your original child support order
Like most questions that come up in family law matters, the answer to this one is “it depends”. Generally speaking, in Oklahoma, there is no default rule that a parent
Child support can be obtained without filing for divorce. You will need to speak with an experienced attorney.
To receive paternal rights, which would allow you to take custody of the child, you would need to first establish paternity. When a child is conceived during a marriage, the
In short, no. When someone files for a divorce, the other spouse has a certain amount of time to respond. If the spouse does not respond in the given time